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So This is The Last Apple Pie – Family Theatre & Fall Workshops

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751 W Ship Harbour Rd NS
Lake Charlotte,

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October 4

Enjoy an afternoon of outdoor play readings and workshops centered around apples.

How are apples and food growing being impacted by the climate crisis?

How to dry, bake and grow apples. How to make cider?

12:30 Doors open. Explore the land!

1:00- 2:00 Play Readings

2:00- 3:30 Workshop activities and demos

3:30- 4:00 Closing Activity.

4:00 Home and/or explore more of the beautiful Eastern Shore

Blooming Ludus is a participatory theatre company connecting people, art and the environment to fight for climate justice and a sustainable future.

Tickets: $10-20 sliding scale/pay what you can. Family rate: $30

Register here: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdNAPHQb…/viewform…

Visitors need to be fully vaccinated as per provincial guidelines.

Play readings are supported by a CCTA 2021 Micro-Grant to Canadian Artists offered by the Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts in partnership with The Arctic Cycle and the Deanery Project.

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DateOctober 4
Time8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Event CategoryCommunity & Civic
VenueDeanery

 

 


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